How to map local drive in remote desktop?
Transferring files in a remote desktop session is a relatively easy process. Simply locate the files you want to transfer and click the Home tab at the top of the window. Click the Move to button and then the Choose Location option in the displayed drop-down menu.
You may need to map a local drive in your RDP session to enable efficient file transfers. Use the following procedure to mount a local drive in RDP so it can be used to transfer files.
In your RDP session, launch PowerShell. Run the net use command to display the redirected drives.
Next, run the net use \tsclient command to map the local drives in remote desktop to a network drive letter.
Verify the drive mapping by opening Windows Explorer and looking at the Network Locations section. You will see the network drive mappings available. When you copy files to the remote computer’s mapped drive, they will also be found on the same letter drive on the local machine.